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again now. that's it! jamaica here you come! here we go. all right. good job. thank you. thank you. i did it. by myself. feel smarter. >> the annual celebration of hardly strictly bluegrass is always a hit now completing itself 12 year of music in the incredible golden gate park. >> this is just the best park to come to. it's safe. it's wonderful and such a fun time of the year. there is every kind of music you can imagine and can wander around and go from one stage to another and just have fun. >> 81 bands and six stages and no admission. this is hardly strictly bluegrass. >> i love music and peace. >> i think it represents what is great about the bay area. >> everyone is here for the music and the experience. this is why i live here. >> the culture out here is amazing. it's san francisco. >> this is a legacy of the old warren hel ment and receive necessary funding for ten years after his death. >> there is a legacy that started and it's cool and he's done something wonderful for the city and we're all grateful. hopefully we will keep this thing going on for years and years to
with the flow if it is experiencing. i have a number of case studies from jamaica to other places to do and on material flow analysis. instead of carbon or water but many, drugs, information system, weapons, how they fall in what toxic byproducts, usually violence is generated and what is the way this city can use to cope with the flow. if you look at the problem the military does not figure in the answer there is no solution to the problem of rapid unplayed and urbanization to sew skins 3 billion new people in the next generation across the entire planet. to put an army division into one of those and it would disappear nobody would even know. cities that have 25 billion people come with the entire west coast of india and giant cities not in the military sense. then they do get into the tactics of how you do that but there is no solution that involves the military going in and. a problem focuses not and will evolve in a solution that is like saying it is fire prevention that doesn't help you if your in the fire department. your job is not to worry about prevention but to fight the guy t
. what i've done in the book, and i have a number of case studies ranging from jamaica to mumbai to various other places that i went for the book, what i've done is a nonmaterial flow analysis. so instead of looking at carbon and water, looking at things like money and drugs and weapon systems and information and how they flow through an environment and what kinds of toxic by-products get generated by that, and what are the ways that a city can use to cope with those flows. and where i come down on this, in the end, is counterparadox call. it's that if you look at the problem set, the military really doesn't figure in your answer, right? there's really no military solution to the problem of rapid, unplanted urbanization across two-thirds of the planet which is going to soak in, you know, three billion new people in the next generation which is the same number of people that it took all of human history to generate right up until 1960. you could put in a marine regiment or an air force expeditionary air wing into one of those cities, and it would just disappear. we're talking abou
years in jamaica today you hear the origin of the duty free. i alone to do it in you get off the hips and atheists. it is only touchdown. the uk. hope you return home to the content in the building. she went to pp you can see the eye the court who can do to me and to introduce you to nineteen sixty three and two the temple. she concluded susan and nine. soon the two teams he needs a new pollution. they didn't present. to fully implement to me and him to the costumes and teaching the tool in the goat who teach that you wouldn't we do you need to compete to be hauled to court the period commencing to quiz you can youtube and cute. the key he'll do you mean he just received the top teams the amended law. negotiation the us. we had the opportunity to get into and i will move in ditches encore that cause them to the mccormack and may you to the studio that for me. don't although i don't wanna go with it. you could do he can still be too young to me she can hold its own right. now the media watching him. one can also shoot. went up the tunes of all. if we could do a shot on clear i didn't g
. after that time, they moved back to jamaica and he was teaching and he needs to get access to a lot of people for his research he writes at georgia tech. he says can i use your library. and he said yes. then the permission was granted and georgia tech is sent into a panic because it's 1951. and georgia tech is a segregated institution and they realize they have just granted permission to use their library to someone who teaches at the university and jamaica. and this starts as frantic attempt by the administration and i felt like we could tell from the name. you can go on the internet and so they start calling him, sending letters, saying his and jamaica. for such a panic sets in. it's crazy, my father is set to leave for this honesty. and they track him down, catching cause of my father has his voice set to go and this is professor smith and i have an awkward question and it's like, okay, file and then. [laughter] and my father says, why yes. and the others like, oh, goodness. at which point my father was like, the full dimensions of us are resonating and dimensions unfold and he p
. go to another country and see how people live. give me 10 young kids from africa or jamaica. all speaking different languages. i give the make a good beer and a boombox and i come back one hour later. it's a party. old people are mean and star wars. -- start wars. old, mean men. why you need to travel when you're young. go to the nude beaches and get that stuff out of your system. you are to dam old. -- too damn old. people are looking at the eiffel tower. this is serious. i am teaching people to travel while you are young and while everything is working. tavis: i should leave it right there. [laughter] before you get me in trouble. >> get into trouble while you can enjoy your life because when you get old, there is not much you can do. i am teaching old people to live their lives. my aunt ruby keeps her silverware up in the attic. i said take it down, use it every day. let company e on the plastic stuff. plastic stuff.he we have stupid habits that we have to confront. you had better not ever ever touch. you better start enjoying your life. i have to start using that stuff. you a
to just push the period. she's going to love me all over again now. that's it! jamaica here you come! here we go. all right. good job. thank you. thank you. i did it. by myself. feel smarter.
. hotel, it into the went downstairs and the number one beer is a beer. you go to jamaica and the number one beer is red stripe. the number one beer in the world is utopia. so i thought, if i want to drink a beer for mommy, i want the number one beer. every place you go, you do something that reminds you. garyther and my sister and was a great cook. a lot of my good memories are about food. i just found a way for me to incorporate it. tavis: how does engaging in that activity allow you not just to remember your mother, but to connect with your mother? >> i think that we all do things that the people we love do. is cooking., it that would be my sister, my mother, and my grandmother. and repeating it because i am also, and i say this with no arrogance, but i am also willing to share mommy with the rest. a lot of people did not know her. this way, i can share my good feelings about my mother. and somebody else has a mother and they do things together. you can see those ads all the time where the father and grandfather go fishing and that makes everybody smile. well, we are black and we cook
for tuesday. >> got it. why are you moaning?t, not jamaica. >> it was cold today. >> yes. [ male announcer ] give yourself the ultimate holiday gift! now get the fios triple play for just $79.99 a month online, guaranteed for the first year, plus get a $300 holiday bonus with a 2-year agreement. this is the year to get america's fastest, most reliable internet and get an amazing deal that fits your holiday budget. hurry. this offer won't last! visit verizon.com/holidayoffer to give yourself the ultimate technology gift today. call the verizon center for cusmers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. [ male announcer ] meet the new champions of taste! mighty wings from mcdonald's are changing the game. bold, delicious, bone-in chicken wings forged for flavor with a spicy kick you can't resist! starting at just $2.99 for a 3-piece, you can rush in to enjoy them anytime. but, you better be quick! they're only around for the season, then it's lights out. oh, sorry guys. ♪ mighty wings. there's something for everyone to love at mcdonald's. ♪
more. >> michael is married to that woman. >> when you called me and you're like we're in jamaica and i was like oh, i miss you guys. >> they have been happily married for 12 years but michael went away on vacation with the other lady on the left. 27-year-old rachel, his live in girlfriend. this loving trio are what's called polyamorous. >> one of my favorite things since we have all lived together is actually the fact that we do morning exercise. it's so improved my life because i -- >> and your butt. >> yeah. >> rachel moved in six months ago. >> i saw michael lit up and i saw him happy. >> if my wife saw my face light up when i looked at another woman, she would be pissed. >> she is probably threatened. >> there is a yoga and meditation and the free love vibe going on. >> we have a lot of sex and a lot of sex partners over the years. >> they call what they have a pod. like dolphins. they practice safe sex and total honesty. >> that first rule is really about making sure that we have created the space in order to have the conversation. >> crazy californians, i hear you mutter. this ki
's going to love me all over again now. jamaica, here you come! here we go. ha ha! good job. all right.
premundial de jamaica en penales, vencieron y avanzaron a mundial de costa rica >> también la sub 17 pero de hombre sjugará mañana el partido más importante de su vida, juga'rán final contra nigeria >> habla el "pollo" briceño que ya sabe de ser campeón >> muy contentos que hayan pasado a la final, refrendar el título es importante para todo méxico. el recuerdo que tengo del estadio azteca son muchos que se pueden rescatar. lo que les puedo dar de consejo que lo tomen como un partido normal. las finales no se juegan, se ganan, pero es un partido más, disfruten la final, muy pocas veces se juegan finales. y si no gano, no pierdo tampoco. mantengan estándar de defensa y ataque >> o que ganen la final, sería mejor. dicen que cada quien habla de la feria dependiendo como le fue y así pasa con libro de sver goran-eriksson, el conde analizó estas indiscreciones >> hoy en libreta. "el futbol mexicano es absurdo" >> qué tal amigos, hablemos de autobiografía de sven goran eriksson que critica forma de operar de la selección mexicana y a nadie debería extrañarle actual crisis. dice q
ii, y'all! yeah! jamaica's premiere sex resort. four days, three nights. and we are just gonna... oh! oh oh oh! oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh! tag 'em and bag 'em! ha ha ha! i'm so excited. and i'm going with with my real family, adam and ders. we're gonna have a blast. there's beaches, there's babes. and there is also-- bum bum buh bummm-- a little restaurant called pastafari. italian food with a jamaican fusion. jah, please. ha ha ha! let's go check on the guys-- i'm so excited! oh! there he is. anders. say what's up to the camera. - uh, ders? who's ders? my name's buddy ferrera. - whoa ho ho ho ho! you decided to shave the playoff beard off. - well, here's the deal. you see, anders holmvik, he can't go to hedonism ii. you know, he's gonna run for city councilman someday. but buddy ferrera, well, he's a goatee-sportin', ♪ good-time havin' freaky cat ♪ ahh. ha ha ha ha! - oh, hey, what's up, adam? you are lookin' straight jacked, dude. - dang, homie! - nice! - i can't go to hedonism. i'm not gonna have a good time. i won't get laid. - why? - why is that? - because my dick fell off!
service >> it's time for "classical stretch." i'm miranda in jamaica, and today we're gonna do a fantastic core workout that will help flatten the abs, slenderize the waist, and improve your posture. >> "classical stretch" is made possible in part by... iberostar hotels and resorts, with beachfront resorts around the world. each resort features extensive gardens and large swimming pools with maximum respect for the surrounding environment. iberostar hotels and resorts. [captioning made possible by friends of nci] >> i'm miranda esmonde-white. welcome to a "classical stretch" workout here in sunny jamaica. isn't it gorgeous? look at that water. it's so refreshing. right after doing my exercises, you know where you'll find me--in there. wish you could join me, but the next best thing is your own bathtub. ok, warming up, bend those knees, circle. circle the arms. you're just trying to get the blood to flow into the extremities. that warms your body up, prepares it to exercise. and if you contract your muscles, the blood stops flowing. that's why we do a warm up with relaxed muscles. that's wh
is suffering from a serious economic crisis. jamaica make a fresh start here it was all live together peacefully. i even get a lot not everyone here in the greek village of isu door is convinced that times are changing. despite the reopen school. older residents still recall the bad times. the new trees get the most says he's glad he spent the past thirty years in greece and germany it did. after the military coup in the nineteen eighties this is a restricted area you could only enter the island with a passport some people here were cut off from the outside world the government to increase in the islands. allowing conflicts to harass the local greeks. few people here are willing to talk about that now. but no greek life is refined in union brooke's house is no need to do we have been renovated. there's even a small hotel. the new trees giacomo said the other return these are mainly pinning their hopes in the small village school they see it as a test of how series turkey's about its new policy toward minorities secret offshore accounts that you see what comes to mind when we talk abou
in the seychelles, and ginger in jamaica. spices really had gone global. once the monopolies were broken, spices became available to everyone, and now you can get almost any spice from any supermarket. but now we no longer have to steal spices from the nests of dragons, has the spice gone out of spice? right in my own neighborhood, notting hill, london, i meet birgit erath, modern spice entrepreneur, to find out the state of spices today. >> what's happened-- what's happened to the spices? >> mass-produced, they have cash crops. you know, the demand now is so high on spices, they produce three crops a year on the same field. i mean, can you tell me what nutrients are left in that root of the cumin or the coriander or the cardamoms? like in certain places, especially the mass-produced ones, they are allowed to take 33% of the volatile oils out of spices, to use as flavorings in the food industry. and then they have to come in with chemicals to make that up again. >> but do you think that... you know, it has happened in other types of farming, is that people are now craving the real thing again, y
that's it! jamaica here you come! here we go. all right. good job. thank you. thank you. i did it. by myself. feel smarter. >> thank you for coming and welcome to the department of building inspections brown bag lunch. i'm lawrence cornfield chief building inspector. today we will talk about being dry. i hope. we will talk to 2 exerts on roofing. e lan hansen from align roofing he does roofing and residential work and involved in boma the buildings of manager's association. we in the building department have to work with various industry groups. and henry navarro who is the roofing supervisor for the port of san francisco. for 20 years? >> 23 years. >> you have seen roofs come and roofs go. >> 38 years worth. >> how long does a roof usually last? >> dependos the climate and the pitch of the roof. >> uh-huh. from? >> a couple of years. >> from 15. i asbestos roofs go for 15 years. you said you put a roof on your house you expect to last? >> 75 year. i wish you luck. >> only going to do it once. >> people know what they are doing with their roofs that will last for a lon
have that sense of pride. >> i'm originally from jamaica, living in florida now. so it's kind of hard to actually work for yourself and go out there and get the actual training that you would need. >> reporter: back in 1944 [ inaudible ] won by 23 runs. this time the u.s. prevailed. reaching the target with just one ball to spare. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: canada and the united states is just two of the sides here in the uae. all teams are battling for a place in bangladesh next year. while the hosts have not traveled far, their players are. most are originally from the subcontinent. >> there are lots of [ inaudible ] we are playing, but then they have to join the group and keep working hard, and definitely love to have them on the team. >> reporter: they have made a good start by winning their opening match. >>> the moscow drug test laboratory is facing suspension. the task force has recommended that the lab have its accreditation suspended because it is not sufficiently reliable. extensive security checks are being put into place for those wishing to buy tickets online. o
in jamaica in kenya way. and they have low cost athletes the normal costs. anti dumping measures of dumpling kenya they had seventeen o six tests in january twenty twelve and only last week under much pressure they finally agreed to an inquiring school is going on the under the new rules water could be killing themselves and then investigate the morning to make it well. there is so great that i'm an unknown waters that they would get to the six core rewarded when one day he spent four hours that day having dinner with prime minister. and being a citizen has not been the most proactive to be great even investigate more and get the seas rising to the day he no longer bands harsher punishments the art we just kidding herself to be very naive to think there were ever going to get in the sporting world it is free of the one thing before she not straight. you need to keep you listening like cycling way. and today was a little could've been good with that before she is. it's taken this to sound as cool cos the spouses walking away from the sport to get the kind of sauce this is going on now. it is
. jamaica, here you come! here we go. ha ha! good job. all right. would you cross a street? would you cross an ocean? would you go if you could use your knowledge to teach someone and, in the process, maybe learn something yourself? life is calling. how far will you go? peace corps. ♪i am beautiful in every single way♪ ♪words, can't bring me down♪ >>> so, we got rachel over here. from "good morning america." >> what an assignment for rachel smith. >> she looked so excited. >> one direction's daring experiment. delight fans with seven-hour show online, obviously millions watched and as we said, our rachel smith was in the middle of it all, highlights coming up. seven hours of one direction, bottled that up. >> i was there for every minute of >> it in spirit. >>> good morning, everybody. also coming up -- the actor who plays heshgless in a new movie revealing his extremely surprising diet tricks. >>> but first this half-hour, the sickening game playing out on streets in cities across america. with dangerous results. >> aiming to knock them out to with a sucker punch. lawmakers and civ
car, my furniture, the kids clothes. >> reporter: a block away from jamaica bay she lived on the second floor of this building. a year later still not repaired. >> this floor was completely washed out. there was mold, funky smells, water. >> reporter: bay water met see water met sewage. then there was the fully stocked del. >> i we lived above a deli. there was the food that went bad. it was pretty bad. >> and fema told you that you needed to get out. >> they just looked at the outside and said why you are still here? for months they were forced to live in a hotel. and then the red cross said they could help. >> i spoke to the case worker, who also said that there was the government assistance program. he said that i would be eligible for money to move into a new place, and that all my household items would be replaced. [♪ music ] >> reporter: the red cross raised more money to help the victims of hurricane sandy. $308 million. they created the move-in assistance program to help people get back in their storm damaged homes or to find new ones. they spent $15 million help
and pride playing for the red and white. >> i'm from jamaica, i operate a company out of florida. it will be hard to work and go out there and get the actual training that you need. >> back in 1844, canada won by 23 runs. this time the u.s. prevailed, reaching the target with one ball to spare. >> canada and the united states are just two of the sides here in the uae. teams travelled as far as hong kong and kenya. they are battling for a place in bang next year. the hosts have not travelled far, their players have. most are from the subcontinent. there's not a single ex ir arty in the squad. i'll take you to the school grass roots. there's a lot of emyr arties that play. definitely we'd love to have them in the team. >> they made a good start, winning an opening match against uganda. perhaps sealing a place against bangladesh will help. >> in football - there has been an upset involving the 1998 world cup champions. france's qualifying campaign for the finals took a knock. portugal have the advantage against sweden after the first leg of their play-off match. >> richard nicholson
, the fiber. jamaica's movie at home you would get lots of fiber in your smoothie, but if he makes uc usually stranded so that there is no fiber. gerri: that was my next question because i don't understand what people don't just makes movies. >> right. right. you know, the juices are very a expensive, board of to wonder dollars. a great lender for 50 to $60. i am a big fan of smoothies. there are a great way to go because most americans are not getting anywhere near the amount of fiber that any of the daily basis which is about 25 to 40 grand per day. gerri: movies are not what they used to be. more and more are featuring violence. details coming up. ♪ ♪ hmm. ♪ mm-hmm. [ engine revs ] ♪ [ male announcer ] oh what fun it is to ride. get the mercedes-benz on your wish list at the winter event going on now -- but hurry, the offer ends soon. [ santa ] ho, ho, ho! [ male announcer ] lease the 2014 ml350 for $599 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. gerri: parents be where, why that pg-13 may not be sell pcp read what you need to know. ♪ gerri: that is the easy stuff. that is what
in jamaica. >> what is its origin? >> i don't know. >> spliff? it sounds strange. >> it does sound strange. >> tom, i think i will move on to patrick. you have been following her career since the beginning. do you love her even more now? >> i think we have proven that letting your child appear on disney channel per say is child abuse. that's just the road to hell right there. the big joke was it was clothes and not marijuana. back when music was music we were listening to bands from the 70s and 80s and they actually have a good career. her career will be over at the end of this year and we will stop talking about her. she has bln playing the -- she has been playing the country like a drum since the first twerking and now here we are again. >>> andy, she twerked with a space dwarf. is that disrespectful? >> i don't think so. my first reaction was oh thank god i thought milely would stop finding ways to outrage people. she took a puff of a joibt. would you care if she took a sip of beer? >> at the age of 20. >> in amsterdam? her edginess and phoniness is phony and calculated that you have to
up, and they put the show up. but by that time, yip was blacklisted. and his next show was jamaica with lena horne, with an all- black cast. one other thing, in terms of yip's drive for race or ethnic equality, and that is that finian's rainbow in 1947 was the first show on broadway where the chorus line consisted of blacks and whites who danced with each other, and the chorus was an integrated affair. >> what happened to him during the mccarthy era? >> well, he could not work on any major film that they wanted him to work on from the major studios in hollywood. the setup was that roy brewer, who was the head of the iatse union - i'm sorry to say that -- was the one who -- >> what do you mean? >> well, i mean this is a stagehands' union. i'd like to say good things about unions, but they get bureaucratized, and they go right-wing, you know? they get bad. this was a bad leader, and he terrorized all of the jewish moguls who were being accused of communism by the house un- american activities committee, and they yielded to whatever he said to them, out of fear that they would get bra
. ok. she's going to love me all over again now. jamaica, here you come! here we go. ha ha! good job. all right. ♪ when you recognize something isn't right, make the call to the veterans crisis line at 1-800-273-8255 and press 1. when i have an asthma attack... i feel like a fish with no water. learn how to prevent your child's next asthma attack. because even one attack is one too many. this is abc7 news. >> a very good saturday, foggy morning at least here in san francisco. it is 5:00 a.m. i'm katie marzullo and we start off with a quick look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi. we have fog and chilly temperatures. it's another spare the air day. live doppler 7hd, notice the included cover over the region. this glimpse shows you we are looking at that low-level moisture. by the afternoon the worst air quality will be in the north bay. elsewhere just at about medium. we will look for the hazy conditions throughout the early afternoon hours. then we will be mostly sunny with
like barbados and jamaica. many of them actually live our absentee landlords who live in england and manage their plantations from afar. >> host: often sending children. sometimes as i have read the oldest male children might go to the militaries are the oldest might go to own the land in the middle child of the next youngest goes off to college. .. for the extended shipping voyages. there's reasons why they do this, but the american schools, the colonial schools quickly begin to also turn to the population of increasingly wealthy man and families. with interest in the americas. they began to advertise themselves actually to these classes at institutions of their own making and on design that can cater to their children more efficiently. i use several examples of this. one of the more famous as john leavitt would become the scott, a minister from scotland, becomes the president of what is now princeton university. one of the first things he does when you message country princeton shortly after. one of the chapels is named after it, in which he says the name has come to imply grea
is jamaican, my father is english. mildly radical acts at that time, they moved back to jamaica to teach at the university of west indies and he needs to get access to a library book for his research -- mathematical text. he canvases the united states and discovers it is in the library of church attack. he writes georgia tech, says kennedy is your library? they say yes. only later does he realize that permission was to hastily and georgia tech have been sent into a panic because the coors in 1959 georgia tech is a segregated institution and then they realized to their horror that they just granted permission to use their library to someone who teaches at the university of west indies at kingston, jamaica appeared thoroughly thought is what if he's black? so they start this frantic attempt by the administration of georgia tech to discover whether in fact my father is black. you can't tell from this name. you can't go on the internet that could an image google grant gladwell. so they start calling around, sending letters. you cannot call kingston, jamaica in that time. so panic sets in. th
from morocco to spain or from turkey to germany or from jamaica to london. or from the philippines to japan and south korea or into the gulf. if all of the world's undocumented people and contract lay worers -- laborers got together in one place, there would be enough people for ten hex coe cities or 15 cities the size of los angeles. you know, the u.n. and the world bank, they say that there are 213 million people in the world today who are living outside the countries where they were born. twenty years ago it was 155 million people. so the number is growing, and it's growing very fast. that's an increase in 58 million people over 20 years. now, the united states is home to a large firm of those folks -- large number of those folks, 42 million people in 2010 in the united states were people who were born in some other country. but that was up from 23 million people 20 years before that. so in other words, the number here doubled. and that increase coincided by no accident at all with the period in which the north american free trade agreement went into effect, and all of these neo
their vacationers or to jamaica or wherever. so you'll see people stepping in to fill that, especially ton the leisure routes where price sensitivity it high. bins guys, we're just stuck. >> i literally got stuck. i couldn't get out and couldn't get fed. >> excuse me, excuse me, excuse me, that's me. thank you very much. in the meantime, now to something outside that going to make you sick and make your wonder whether any of this is going to fly, because thin is in and the obamacare enrollment numbers are not that heavy because the administration says they all but expected it. in fact they're better than their awful expectations. fox business network's lauren on making lemonade out of, i guess, fewer lemons. >> we'll see the lemons when the obama administration tells us how many people signed up for private health insurance on healthcare.gov, and we want to know how it's actually defining what an obamacare enrollee is. someone who signed up for a plan but that plan is sitting in the online shopping cart or someone who actually paid for that plan? the washington post says the answer is both
years. thistlewood was the son of a tenant farmer, who arrived on the island of jamaica in april 1750, and assumed the position of overseer at a major plantation. what is most shocking about thistlewood's diary is not simply the fact that he assumes the right to own and possess other human beings, but is the sheer cruelty and brutality of his regime. in 1756, he records that a slave named darby catched eating kanes had him well flogged and pickled, then made hector, another slave, s-h-i-t in his mouth. this became known as darby's dose, a punishment inn invented by thistlewood that spoke only of inhumanity. and mentions a similar incident in 1756. this time in relation to a man he refers to as punch. flogged punch well, and then washed and rubbed salt pickle, lime juice and bird pepper, made negro joe piss in his eyes and mouth. i could go on. but you get the point. when mrs. palin invokes slavery she doesn't just prove her rank ignorance. she confirms if anyone truly qualified for a dose of discipline from thomas thistlewood, she would be the outstanding candidate. thanks so much fo
's go on the internet. let's go. ok. she's going to love me all over again now. jamaica, here you come! here we go. ha ha! good job. all right. ♪ ♪ >>> welcome back. talkin' turkey this morning and we know you have a favorite way to prepare leftovers. but keep an open mind because we will show you a few new ways to prepare them. joining us is john mclemore from masterbuilt turkey. you have this fryer -- if anyone missed it, we will show you how it works. it is self contained and you can do it in the kitchen and don't have to worry about the open oil. >> that is the safer alternative to frying your turkey. you can do it indoors and with the weather moving in that's the secret. >> tremendous. so now we have the leftovers. >> we do. >> got ideas? >> we do. with deep fried turkey, at the mclemore house we don't have a lot of leftovers. but if you do -- in "dadgum, that is good" and "dadgum ii" cookbooks, we have written instead of a chicken salad we have a turkey salad. we slice it up and put in mayonnaise, one cup. >> scoop it. >> one cup. >> gotcha. >> while i mix that up take celery
district. i have the brockton va hospital. i have the west roxbury va hospital, and had the jamaica plain va hospital. and i am a frequent flier to my va hospitals. i visit them on a regular basis, as well as walter reed and bethesda. and the people that i see there that care for our veterans on a daily basis are not at all reflected in the investigation that is ongoing here, and it is sad. i agree with the chairman's statement. it is sad to see the attacks -- or the allegations, excuse me, on the va in a broad stroke. i would hate to think that the american people think that my doctors, my nurses, my staff, my therapists who are working at the va hospitals, their services is indicative of what we are hearing today. it is not. the doctors, nurses, the staff, the therapist at the va, the city of boston, they are staying and working at the va, number one, a lot of them are veterans. as i go through the corridors of those hospitals, a lot of the folks that are serving our veterans, especially those coming back from iraq and afghanistan, as well as a lot of world war ii veterans who have neve
coast, jamaica, kenya, mexico, sierra leone, trinidad and toe bagow, and syria. u see, each year about 8,000 noncitizens join the u.s. military. their sacrifices throughout history have been many. immigrants who served in the u.s. military are enlistees like lance corporal jose gutierrez who was the first u.s. serviceman killed in combat in iraq, some 10 years ago. mr. gutierrez, who was a native of guatemala, arrived in the u.s. without documents at the age of 14. he received his u.s. citizenship posthumously, after his supreme sacrifice. others like alfred vazcon, who emerged from the war as high achievers, he was an undocument immigrant from mexico. he was assigned to fort sam houston for basic and specialist medical training. he was awarded the medal of honor during the vietnam war. he became a u.s. citizen and he later served as director of the united states selective service system. the list of stories of noncitizens who have serveded in the u.s. military is a very long list. enlistments by immigrants are highest during times of war. at the end of the last decade, madam speaker, th
. let's go. ok. she's going to love me all over again now. jamaica, here you come! here we go. ha ha! good job. all right. ♪ i'll always love noodles >>> almost as good as whitney's version. man. >> who doesn't love noodles and what is better than a bowl of noodles in the middle of the night? there's nothing better. >> you are so nasty. amanda van allen met an expert noodle maker for this edition of "insomniac kitchen." >> reporter: hey insomniacs, we're here at tao's new location where their asian cuisine matches the atmosphere. ♪ welcome back, insomniacs. we have a great treat for you today. as you can see over here, we are rolling noodles at tao in their brand new location in the meat packing district. so you have a specialty here. >> yes, we do. the chicken chow mein with handful of noodles. -- hand-pulled noodles. he was a hand-pulled noodle specialist and hand-pull ed noodles. this is what we use for the chicken chow mein. >> can i touch it? >> absolutely. >> oh, my goodness. >> he pulls, stretches and hangs it until it gets thinner and thinner strands. >> oh, yeah. put som
's go. ok. she's going to love me all over again now. jamaica, here you come! here we go. ha ha! good job. all right. >>> good morning, america. breaking overnight, massive relief for struggling homeowners. $4 billion going to those in trouble, after the new numbers out this morning showing the reasons why. >>> arrested again. george zimmerman is waking up in a jail cell this morning. what unfolded inside his girlfriend's house that has zimmerman facing serious charges? >>> defiant stance. more turmoil surrounding the mayor of toronto following a city council meeting. who he was going after in this video and why? >>> dangerous dive. a rapper gets a little too wild during a performance. we have more on that jump. >>> and good tuesday morning.
family in jamaica, jessica and kim are her support network. >> it helps make it a little bit easier. >> exactly. >> we know that soon it will be our turn to either ask for help or give the help. so it's such a selfless sense of support for each other. >> but those missed birthdays and holidays do take an emotional toll. >> missing this thanksgiving, it's hard. >> her husband has missed his son duke's first steps and his first words. >> i know when he actually sees him and how much he has grown it's going to be -- >> expecting her husband home later today, she can't wait. >> i see the light is very bright. i see the light at the end of the tunnel. it's almost over. >> a moment that was even closer than she realized. during the football game the nfl and patriot teamed up to honor the trio including video messages from their husband on the jumbotron but they got the surprise of a lifetime in front of thousands of fans, their own family reunion a day early. so -- i'm about to cry -- their own husbands will return home in the coming days and it's actually -- >> that is so cool. >> so swe
to buy their own homes? do we want to get that back up? >> the first final at jamaica's vacancies supporting mortgage supporting mortgage finance with homeownership. so yes, we did get the homeownership rate up by a significant percentage. but let's face it, the vast majority of subprime or refinances. they were purchase mortgages. they were concert due to generate cost refinancing with a high introductory rates of 9% or even higher, 13% to 14%. you have to keep racing ain't seen. so people get a little cash and not fulfill consumer spending and i was a significant interpretation to the economy. but it is not a sustainable value. to the judicial model of owning a home or by making monthly payments, but in the equity built, yes, that is still a smart thing to do for people who are ready for a home, who understand what it means to make the regular payment, to be responsible for the repairs, insurance when they're ready for it, yes. at all income levels, that is a good thing, a good way to accumulate wealth. but there is a different between federal programs with financing those that
again now. jamaica, here you come! here we go. ha ha! good job. all right.
on the internet. let's go. ok. she's going to love me all over again now. jamaica, here you come! here we go. ha ha! good job. all right.
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